Although I did not see him play on day 2 of the John Lucas Midwest Invitational Camp, Brian Bridgewater's stellar play on Saturday was, in this evaluator's opinion, enough to establish him as the top player at the event. Bridgewater, a 6'5 sophomore from Baton Rouge, (Episcopal HS) LA, was simply dominate on both ends of the floor the entire day. Not only did he consistently score around the basket with rim rattling dunks and a soft touch, Bridgewater tried to block everything he could get his hands. More often than not, he got his hands on some shots. Bridgewater has a big frame, is strong and is surprisingly quick and agile for his size. Although he is a bit undersized for his position, Bridgewater gets in done and could have a very bright future at the next level. I also have to show some more love to Cimmeon Bowers, a 6'7 sophomore from Milwaukee (Nicolet HS), WI. As he did when I saw him at Spiece Fieldhouse this summer (he was playing up against All-Ohio Red), he was virtually unstoppable. Super aggressive and strong is how I would describe Bowers, and he can really get you buckets when he gets on a role.